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Old 02-08-2014, 11:07 AM   #1
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2002 Newmar redo

Finally got around to trying to post this with a photo....last May we had our 2002 Newmar Kountry Star refinished. It was a significant expenditure, but with peeling and cracking trim and storage door clear coat rapidly peeling, something needed to be done.

All markings were removed, entire coach sanded and prepped, trim and lower area repainted, all new lenses, 3 coats of clear, and an additional layer of spray on front protection. After 8,000 miles or so, not one front end ding so the shield is working
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Old 02-08-2014, 11:09 AM   #2
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That really looks good!!! Ready for many more years of enjoyment!!
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Factory Fresh is always a nice feeling isn't it? Does the inside look as fresh as the outside? Are you sure you don't like the "Weather Experienced" look? So easy to maintain and enhance!
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Sweeeeeeeet,,,
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Looks very nice.
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Congrats on the remodel. Looks nice.
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Most excellent.
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I'm jealous for sure! Very nice.

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Nice job here is a Brochure so you can't forget what it was and a Owners Guide so you can remember what you have.
In my signature below are three links that also relate to your Newmar.
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Looking good.....
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